INTRODUCING CABARITA BEACH
With balmy weather and plenty of sunny days year-round, summer never seems to end at Cabarita Beach. Stroll from the friendly village, with its welcoming cafes and buzzing bars, to the shore for glorious coastal views. Head inland and you’ll discover wild nature reserves. Returning to a boutique hotel each evening makes this is a beach break with added luxury.
Village charm, golden sands and natural wonders in New South Wales.
Things to do
Cabarita Beach stands among some of New South Wales’s most treasured coastal gems. With shelter provided by rocky headlands, the clean surf attracts beginners to seasoned pros alike. Brush up your wave-catching technique with a private lesson, or explore the shore by SUP. Neighbouring Kingscliff Beach is also a hotspot for watersports. You could even find yourself snorkelling with turtles.
As you lounge on the sand, keep an eye on the ocean. You may spot the tell tale plume of water of a whale coming up for air. There’s plenty to see below the surface too, especially in the thriving scuba diving sites. Back on dry land, you needn’t go far to find yourself in Australia’s wild and wonderful landscapes. Cabarita Beach is set on the Tweed Coast, where you’ll find Nature Reserves that are part of the UNESCO protected Gondwana Rainforests.
FOOD AND DRINK
Fresh seafood, rich farmland and fine wines mean New South Wales boasts a fully stocked larder. Whether it’s at a gourmet restaurant or laid-back surf cafe, Cabarita Beach puts the best regional ingredients on the table. While further up the coast you’ll find the Tweed Heads and Gold Coast wine regions, where boutique vineyards produce award-winning wines.
As a popular Tweed Coast patch, Cabarita Beach hosts its fair share of special events – from surfing competitions to fishing contests and carnivals.
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